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, はし
See 梯子・1, Archaism
はしご, , 階子, , ていし, ハシゴ
Usually in kana
1. ladder
2. stairs
Only はしご, Only ハシゴ, Takes suru
3. going to several places in succession (e.g. barhopping)
懸け橋, 掛け橋, かけ橋, 架け橋, 懸橋, 掛橋, , 桟, かけはし
1. suspension bridge, viaduct, temporary bridge
2. mediation, go-between
繰り出し, 繰出し, 繰り出しはしご, 繰り出しばしご, くりだしはしご, くりだしばしご
extension ladder, aerial ladder
, ていけい
May take 'no', See 台形, now usu. 台形
trapezoid, trapezium
, 階程, かいてい
See 階段
1. stairs
See 段階
2. rank, grade, gradations, step
3. guide, guidebook
4. slanted ladder (exercise equipment)
, げんてい
gangway (ladder)
, ぎょてい
fish ladder
でいご, , , でいこ, デイゴ, デイコ
Usually in kana
Indian coral tree (Erythrina variegata)
, うんてい
1. overhead ladder, horizontal ladder, monkey bars
2. yunti (scaling ladder used for escalade in ancient China)
, さくてい
rope ladder, jack ladder
, ていだん
Military term
子段, はしご段, はしごだん
step, stair, staircase
, 縄ばしご, なわばしご
rope ladder
, つなばしご
rope ladder, jack ladder, ratline
避難, ひなんばしご
fire escape, fire ladder
子乗り, はしごのり
ladder-top stunts
子の段, はしごのだん
rung of a ladder
白洲, しらすばしご
See 白洲・2
stairs at the front of a noh stage, which go over the white gravel separating the audience from the stage
子を掛ける, 子をかける, はしごを掛ける, はしごをかける
Expression, Ichidan verb
to set a ladder up against
アメリカでいご, アメリカ, アメリカデイゴ
Usually in kana
cockspur coral tree (Erythrina crista-galli)
子を外される, はしごをはずされる
Expression, Ichidan verb
to be lonely at the top, to be left high and dry by one's friends, to have the ladder pulled out from under one
宇宙の距離, 宇宙の距離はしご, うちゅうのきょりはしご
Expression, Astronomy term
cosmic distance ladder, cosmological distance ladder
はしご車, 子車, ハシゴ車, はしごしゃ, ハシゴしゃ
hook-and-ladder truck, ladder truck
はしご高, 子高, 髙, はしごだか
var. of 高 where the central top portion resembles a ladder
ladder form of "high" kanji
はしご飲み, 子飲み, はしごのみ
See はしご酒
barhopping, pub crawl
はしご酒, ハシゴ酒, 子酒, はしござけ, ハシゴざけ
barhopping, pub crawl
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